WSOP Online Poker Review

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Online poker enthusiasts in Pennsylvania are rejoicing as they count down the days to the launch of WSOP.com in the Keystone State. Caesars recently introduced the state to its new online casino and sportsbook.

The WSOP online poker site, which will be powered by 888 Holding’s Dragonfish platform, will provide players with a variety of poker variants such as Texas Hold ‘Em, Omaha, and Stud. Players can look forward to enjoying a great welcome bonus, plenty of promotions, and an excellent VIP rewards program.

WSOP Bonuses and Promotions

Players who sign up at WSOP online poker can immediately take advantage of a generous welcome offer with the WSOP promo code. When you make your first deposit of at least $10, WSOP.com will 100% match it up to a whopping $1,000. In addition to the bonus cash, players will also receive seven tickets into WSOP’s exclusive new player freerolls. These $100 freerolls run every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7 PM, and every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 10 PM. The freeroll tournament tickets are only valid for the seven days following your first deposit.

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The bonus cash is released in $5 increments each time the player earns 50 APPs (Player Points). You have 90 days to release as much bonus cash as you can. After that, any unreleased bonus funds are forfeited. The bonus money increments will be released within 72 hours of meeting eligibility requirements. WSOP.com has loads of regular promotions too. Be sure to check the promotions page to find out about the latest deals and special offers.

VIP Loyalty Programs

WSOP.com rewards you from the moment you play your first hand. There is no need to apply for the rewards program because you’re already enrolled when you register. The more points you earn, the higher you climb through the VIP levels. The higher you climb through the levels, the bigger your WSOP Point Multiplier and cashback becomes.

Even better? You can redeem your APPS for real money. ‘Player’ level players, or 1st level players, earn 2 APPS for every $1 in rake they generate in a ring game. Similarly, they earn 2 APPS for every $1 in tournament entry fees they pay. Of course, those in higher tiers earn APPs at a higher rate. Every time you earn 100 APPs, you can trade them in for $1 in cash. The APPs are settled at the end of the month and a new cycle begins.

WSOP Poker Download

WSOP online poker is not available in instant play mode. This means desktop and mobile users need to download and install the required software. Windows PC users need at least 50 MB of free hard drive space with a minimum 1.8 GHz processor and 760 MB of RAM. Apple systems must be at least Mac OS X 10.6.8 with a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 CPU.

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If you want to enjoy the WSOP online poker excitement while you’re on the go, you can download the iOS and Android apps at the WSOP online poker site. You will also need to set up geolocation to ensure you are legally accessing the site from within Pennsylvania’s borders.

The mobile app and desktop poker client are easy to use and the run seamlessly provided you have a steady internet connection. The biggest drawback to the app is its inability to support multi-table play.

Cash Games

The volume of traffic at WSOP online poker is decent because it has a shared player pool. The busiest cash games are usually the no-limit $0.01/$0.02 Texas Hold ‘Em tables. The stakes progress up the $100/$200 level, but those higher stakes tables don’t attract a lot of action. This is especially true during off-peak hours.

There are also a few limit tables that start at $0.05/$0.10 and go up to $30/$60. This blind structure should be more than adequate for low-stakes players. Omaha games range from $0.02/$0.04 to $25/$50 while limit seven-card stud games have blinds ranging from $0.02/$0.04 up to $10/$20.

WSOP Online Tournaments

There’s no shortage of tournament action at WSOP.com. Sundays are particularly popular with over $250,000 in guaranteed cash prizes. You could win big if you buy-into the $100k Sunday tournament. The $30,000 Weekly Sunday, the $10,000 Weekly Sunday, and the $50,000 Monthly Sunday tournaments are also immensely popular. Other regular WSOP.com tournaments include the $25,000 Tuesday, the $15,000 Daily, and the $20,000 Monthly Saturday tournaments.

WSOP Banking Methods

Making secure instant deposits and fast withdrawals at WSOP couldn’t be easier. Once you’ve registered your account, simply click on the “Cashier” link and select your preferred payment method. Enter your account details, the amount you want to deposit or withdraw and confirm the transaction. While WSOP PA’s payment options aren’t yet confirmed, you should be able to make deposits using:

  • E-Check ACH
  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Discover
  • PayPal
  • PayNearMe
  • Cash at Casino Cage

You can make withdrawals using:

  • E-Check ACH
  • PayPal
  • Cash at Casino Cage

Review Conclusion

It’s been a long and slow road for Pennsylvania’s online poker community, but the wait is over. WSOP PA should generate a lot of interest and contribute to the state’s growing gambling revenue. Players will undoubtedly take to WSOP’s Blast Poker which is a jackpot Sit & Go tournament offering. They should also enjoy the relatively high volume of traffic that is a result of a shared player pool. Most of all, they’ll be attracted to the massive welcome bonus and the many regular promotions that WSOP.com is famous for.

Although it might look a little generic or even antiquated, the mobile and desktop platforms are easy on the eyes and very intuitive. Perhaps the only drawback is that there is no instant play option. Mobile users might also be disappointed in only being able to play at one table at a time. This is something that could be improved upon in the future. Pennsylvania poker players will have a hard time finding a better legal online poker to play at.

ProsCons
·   Shared Player Pool·   No Instant Play
·   A Huge Variety of Regular Promotions·   Not a Lot of Action for High Rollers
·   Excellent Welcome Bonus
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